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SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR INDIAN AUULTS--PART C
(CFOA NO. 84.06,2)

I.    PROGRAM PROFILE

,    ,         Tnrii.n Fducation Act, Section 3l6(a)(l ) (2) , P.L. 92-318, Title
egislation!   Indian Educat ion H^          .      (Expirecl September 3U, 1984)*

u.b.u. !'/    v    r

IV, Part C, as amended, (20 u.b

Funding Since 1980:

Fiscal Year                      Authorization                Appropriation

$8,000,000                      $5,830,000

8,000,000                        5,430,000

8,000,000                        5,213,000

8000,000                        5,531,00017

slooo.ooo                       3,000,000

authorizes  a  range   of   activities   designed  to   improve

Fducatlonal services projects to provide educational opportunities for
Indian adu ts! TrojeL^I utus on adult basic educat on to develop liter-
acy and basic skills and on secondary education, inclucnny preparation
fSSe SS school equivalency examination. Many projects also offer
cons^r education andqspecial services needed by adult students, such as
acadenlc and career counseling, aptitude and vocational testing, and job
referral*

Planning, pilot, and demonstration projects to test and demons trate Inno-
vative approaches to adult education specifically designed for Indian

vative approaches
adults.

Grants are made primarily to Indian organizations and tribes. Funds
appropriated and awarded in one fiscal year are generally used for
activities during the next fiscal year. Projects are approved for a period
of one year.

* The Indian Education Amendments of 1984, P.L. 98-511, authorizes Indian
Education through October 1, 1989.es, and Section 422, making awards primarily to Indian tribes